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St. Louis, MO: Food truck Shell’s Coastal Cuisine to end service

Food truck Shell's Coastal Cuisine, which serves Florida- and Caribbean-inspired fare, will stop service after this week, ending a run of four-and-a-half years.

St. Louis, MO: ‘Food Truck Race’ takes small bite of St. Louis

Sunday night's two-hour season finale of "The Great Food Truck Race" stopped briefly in St. Louis before declaring its winner in Chicago.

St. Louis, MO: Food trucks make their rounds to summer events

While you’re having fun at Creve Coeur days, you might spot this big truck from Pyro Pizza.

St. Louis, MO: Food Truck Fight Round 2 – See who advanced and cast...

There were several tight races as of Friday afternoon, but the votes have been tallied and round-one winners emerged in our Food Truck Fight.

St. Louis, MO: La Tejana Taqueria Food Truck Rebrands as Locoz Tacoz

La Tejana Taqueria's food truck, known for its flavorful street tacos, has now rebranded as Locoz Tacoz, a Mexican fusion concept. The food truck's first day on the town was April 13.

St. Louis, MO: The Bombay Food Truck

The Bombay food junkies truck is awesome and it is as simple as that. What you have here, is a food truck, not filled with young men cooking on the line, but some older Indian women, working love into the food they sell. Everything is home made or at least made from scratch and while the truck is entirely meat free, it can make a carnivore seriously consider becoming a vegetarian.

St. Louis, MO: Steak Louie’s Food Truck Visits FOX 2

Steak Louie uses regionally-grown, grass-fed Black Angus strip streak. We slice it thin every day, wait to cook it `til you place your order, then layer it thick on your sandwich.

St. Louis, MO: Legghorns and Shakes Food Truck – Chicken and Ice Cream

The Legghorns and Shakes food truck stopped by to show Tim all the different varieties of chicken and shakes they have available.

St. Louis, MO: How Do St. Louis Food Trucks Survive the Winter?

Judging from our (admittedly) small sampling, most trucks will keep on rolling through the winter months showing up on street corners and in business parks. But it's hardly the same as the spring and summer boom times.